About this Guide
Welcome to TJSL's LibGuide for Sexuality, Gender & the Law. This guide will assist you to write a paper about this subject by instructing you through necessary steps such as choosing a topic, developing a thesis, and developing a research plan.
Written by Jane Larrington
Choosing a Topic
Start with the list of suggested paper topics provided by Prof. Greenberg. If you have trouble selecting a topic from this list, or simply would like to explore additional topics, here are some ideas for finding a topic:
- Read the comments, notes, and questions sections of your casebook. They will often highlight current, unresolved issues in the field.
- Check out websites/blogs that focus on Sexuality, Gender, and the
Law. They can be useful sources for current developments and cutting
edge issues. Here are just a few:
- For more on selecting a topic, see this brief article from the University of San Francisco School of Law Library.
- Please note, if you hope to go on to publish your article, you will have additional considerations in choosing your topic, including preemption and timeliness. Talk to Prof. Greenberg or a librarian for more on getting your paper published.